Just a reminder, our 2017 pricing is now available for download. This is in effect from January 1, 2017 through January 31, 2018. You can download this here.
As announced, we are excited about our new cooperative contract with National IPA and TCPN. National IPA and TCPN joined forces last year to create a cooperative purchasing powerhouse under the brand National IPA. ServiceWear Apparel’s contract for “apparel, uniforms, accessories, products and services” was awarded by National IPA through lead agency Region 4 Education Service Center in Houston, Texas. Contract documents for our new cooperative contract can be found here.
ServiceWear was founded as a company to fulfill the unique needs of government agencies and nonprofits. This is our primary focus as a company. We offer the biggest brands in workwear, designed expressly to meet the rigors of the broad range of needs by those in public service: Red Kap, Horace Small, Bulwark, Wrangler Workwear, and Chef Designs, all manufactured by VF Imagewear, the largest manufacturer of work apparel in the world. Over 16 million people go to work in VF Imagewear manufactured products each week. And we offer many other brands as your one-stop shop for uniforms and work apparel.
We are so grateful for the opportunity to be of service to you. We sincerely appreciate your confidence in us to support you with your workwear needs. Counting you among our customers is something for which we are truly grateful. Please don’t hesitate to contact me at email@example.com if I can be of any assistance to you and your agency.
Best wishes to all for a great 2017.
Chief Development Officer
Congratulations to Thomas “Zabo” McCants, park ranger at Poinsett State Park in South Carolina, the official winner of 2016 Park Ranger of the Year.
Zabo has helped in helping to transform the park and the experiences for park visitors. Once a quiet CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) Park, Poinsett State Park is now a booming destination park, with modern, updated accommodations for guests. Even through mother nature’s worst disasters, Zabo has helped Poinsett State Park double its revenue intake from a few years ago.
Read Zabo’s winning nomination.
Thank you for participating
Thank you for your resounding participation with this award. We received 60 nominations and over 5,500 votes and were honored to share the stories of these hard-working park rangers.
We are pleased to share that we have exciting news for you that ServiceWear has a new cooperative contract with National IPA and TCPN. ServiceWear Apparel has been awarded a contract for “apparel, uniforms, accessories, products and services” by National IPA through lead agency Region 4 Education Service Center in Houston, Texas. More details on our transition will be forthcoming in the weeks ahead.
We’ve created a service model built exclusively to fulfill the needs of government agencies and nonprofits. This contract will continue to make available the biggest brands in workwear, designed expressly to meet the rigors of the broad range of needs by those in public service: Red Kap, Horace Small, Bulwark, Wrangler Workwear, and Chef Designs, all manufactured by VF Imagewear, the largest manufacturer of work apparel in the world. Over 16 million people go to work in VF Imagewear manufactured products each week.
We want to express our gratitude to U.S. Communities for their assistance the past seven years. And while our current U.S. Communities contract will expire at the end of this year, our customers can rest assured that they can continue to rely on the same great service, pricing, and product selection they’ve come to expect from ServiceWear without interruption.
We are grateful for the opportunity to be of service to our valued customers across the United States and look forward to continuing these relationships in the years to come. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if I can be of any assistance to you and your agency.
ServiceWear Apparel announced Officer Joshua Kanavel, Correctional Officer at California City Correctional Facility as the 2016 Correctional Officer of the Year. The award honors a Correctional Officer who have gone above and beyond to serve their correctional facility and community.
Officer Kanavel’s nomination by, Billy Pollard, placed him as a finalist. After conducting a nationwide vote over the internet, Officer Kanavel was the overwhelming choice, winning a $1,000 grand prize, plus $1,000 worth of Horace Small apparel for his correctional facility.
Officer Kanavel is well known throughout the prison for his work ethic and energy. He is respected by his peers and appreciated by his supervisors because of the way he treats others. You can read Kanavel’s full winning nomination, as well as those of the other finalists, here.
ServiceWear Apparel’s Executive Vice President, Jim Burnett, presented the award to Kanavel at California City Correctional Facility on October 5, 2016. Gov. Associate Warden Christy Torres attended the event and praised the efforts of Kanavel and his fellow California City Correctional Officers.
For more information on the 2016 Correctional Officer of the Year Award, click here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About ServiceWear Apparel
ServiceWear Apparel distributes high-quality uniforms and work apparel from leading brands to fulfill the needs of government agencies, including correctional and public safety departments. ServiceWear Apparel is the official supplier partner of uniforms and work apparel to the U.S. Communities Government Purchasing Alliance. For more information on ServiceWear Apparel, contact Jim Burnett at 615-301-6191 or visit servicewearapparel.com.
This is it! The voting for 2016 Correctional Officer of the Year will end this Friday, June 17. So…
Your favorite finalist needs your support to win that $1,000 in cash and $1,000 in apparel for his or her correctional facility, so invite others to vote!
It’s easy. Simply share the finalists page on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or email to spread the word for your favorite nominee! We suggest reaching out to friends, family, co-workers…whoever!
Don’t forget, you can vote once a day from now until voting ends this Friday, June 17!
Someone is about to win big.
All it takes is a nomination from a friend or co-worker like you. Nominate a correctional officer to give them a chance to win $1,000 cash and $1,000 in uniforms for their correctional facility.
Meet last year’s winner.
Meet Jason Parker, correctional officer of Westville Correctional Facility in Indiana and the official winner of the 2015 Correctional Officer of the Year!
Officer Parker’s original nomination described how, “throughout his career, Officer Parker goes above and beyond on each and every task he is given. No matter the assignment, he puts forth 110%. Whether he is managing a work crew, overseeing a high-security transport, or helping perform tedious sanitation tasks, Officer Parker remains consistent, calm and collected and always has a smile on his face.”
ServiceWear Apparel Executive Vice President, Jim Burnett, presented the award to Officer Parker at a presentation in the office of Indiana governor, Mike Pence. We were honored Officer Parker won the grand prize of $1,000 cash and $1,000 in uniforms for his correctional facility, Westville Correctional Facility in Westville, Indiana.
Nominations close May 27.
Your friend or co-worker could win, along with your correctional facility! Simply nominate now for before time runs out!
It only takes a moment!
Nominate a correctional officer to give them a chance to win $1,000 cash and $1,000 in uniforms for their correctional facility.
Here’s how easy it is:
1. Click our nomination form to get started.
2. Enter the contact info for the person you think deserves to win Correctional Officer of the Year 2016.
3. Simply talk about your nominee. Tell us why he or she is an incredible correctional officer and the value they bring to your facility and community. This is your chance to brag about a friend for a moment! Speak from the heart and take a moment to just let it flow.
4. Click “Submit” at the bottom of the form, and you’re done!
Nominations close May 27.
Since it only takes a moment, nominate now to make sure your favorite correctional officer is eligible to win! Easy!
Nominate your favorite Correctional Officer!
ServiceWear Apparel announces the Service Spotlight Correctional Officer of the Year 2016. The Service Spotlight Awards were established to shine a light on those unsung heroes serving our communities that often go unnoticed. Today we seek to honor a correctional officer who goes above and beyond in service to his or her correctional facility and community.
Nominations can be submitted now through May 13, 2016 at servicewearapparel.com/correctional-officer/.
The winning officer will receive a $1,000 grand prize and $1,000 worth of Horace Small™ uniforms for his or her correctional facility. The nominator with the winning submission will also receive a free Horace Small™ APX Jacket.
ServiceWear Apparel will select a group of finalists based on criteria outlined in the contest guidelines. Then online voting will open from May 23 to June 3. The winner will be announced shortly after voting ends.
The 2016 Correctional Officer of the Year Award is sponsored by Horace Small. Horace Small has continually optimized, engineered and fine-tuned uniforms designed specifically to help first responders, police officers and correctional officers serve the public for over 77 years. Shop Horace Small.
For more information on the 2016 Correctional Officer of the Year Award, visit www.servicewearapparel.com/correctional-officer/ or contact email@example.com.
Get comfortable and breathe a little…
Your uniform doesn’t have to be uncomfortable just because it’s for work. In fact, it shouldn’t be at all.
Introducing the latest from Bulwark, the Bulwark iQ Series — Lighter, cooler, softer, more breatheable apparel to keep you at your best all day.
Without forfeiting the Flame Resistant protection, these garments redefine what FR looks, breathes, feels, moves and performs like. We are proud to stock these garments, available anytime through ServiceWear Apparel.
Equip your team with some comfort. Start your spring with uniforms that make the job easy.
Versatility Meets Reliability with Wrangler Workwear
Take a look at the latest from Wrangler Workwear — Polos, pants and jackets that combine a professional look with a durable fabric your employees will love to wear.
Education, parks and recreation, facilities management, public services — You name it. These garments are flexible to almost any scenario. And with a full line of matching women’s wear, you can create a consistent look for your team that also fits each individual’s job and build.
Browse the latest from Wranger Workwear to find what works best for you. As always, there’s no contract necessary, so contact us when you’re ready to place your order.